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Reviewed Nutty Sweet Potato Soup

May 10, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

Really yummy! I eliminated the cayenne & peppers (just don't like the taste) and used japanese sweet potatoes and it came out really flavorful. The only warning is that the peanut butter kind of overpowered it a little, so I would go slow w/ the PB & keep tasting. But I also didn't want to buy a whole jar of the natural PB just for this recipe so "

Reviewed Quick Red Bean Soup

May 10, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

LOOOVE this recipe. I eliminated the cayenne & peppers & found it to be really flavorful- the red beans have alotta flavor. It's also super filling. I would use low sodium chicken broth though- between the beans and the salt, you're in for some serious bloat."

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Reviewed Keema (Indian Spiced Ground Veal and Beef with Peas

Sep 28, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

I think the 3 cups of frozen peas may be a typo, since there's only 2 cups of meat in it. I used a 10oz pack of peas & it was too much. The peas dominated an otherwise GREAT tasting dish. Also I would just warm them rather than letting them cook for 10 mins, unless you like alotta pea flavor. I think it may be 3 oz(rather than cups) of peas per 16...

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